Dr Barney Dunn
Associate Professor

Supervision/Group

Research Fellows

  • Emily Widnall (Associate Research Fellow, Exeter). Trial manager on the ADepT feasibility trial.

Postgraduate researchers

  • Modi Alsubaie (PhD student, Exeter) - adapting mindfulness based cognitive therapy to treat individuals with depression and vascular disorders
  • Merve Yilmaz (PhD student, Exeter) – examining dampening as a mechanism driving anhedonia in adolescence

Alumni

  • Anna Adlam (2009, clinical trainee, UEA): Empathy and emotional recognition following head injury. Now a senior lecturer at University of Exeter.
  • Danielle Billotti (2006, masters student, University of Cambridge): The consequences of acceptance in response to trauma. Left to complete clinical psychology training at IOP.
  • Nikita Bos (visiting masters student, Maastricht) – secondary analysis of the COBALT trial. Left to study for a clinical masters in the Netherlands.
  • Nina Brauner (2013, clinical trainee, UCL): Training sustained attention in depression (2nd supervisor). Now working as an NHS clinical psychologist.
  • Harriet Bunker-Smith (masters student, Exeter) - training alternatives to positive dampening appraisals. Left to work as a research assistant.
  • Leigh-Anne Burr (masters student, Exeter) - experience sampling investigation of the role of positive dampening appraisals. Left to complete a PGCE.
  • Claudia Copestake (2014, clinical trainee, Exeter). The impact of the detached protector mode on positive emotion experience (primary supervisor). Left to work as NHS clinical psychologist.
  • Clem Edwards (2011, undergraduate student, Cambridge University, previously a summer student): Social decision making in depression (primary supervisor). Accepted onto 4 year funded PhD programme at IOP and now working as a clinical psychologist.
  • Davy Evans (2012, full time MRC funded Phd student, previously Wellcome funded summer student and undergraduate student): Emotion regulation in borderline personality disorder (primary supervisor). Now working as a clinical psychologist.
  • Grace Fisher (PhD student, Exeter). Mind wandering, negative inhibitory control and anhedonia (primary supervisor). Left to work in the NHS as a psychology assistant.
  • Sarah Harding (2014, masters student, Exeter). Positive elaboration in depression. Left to work in adolescent mental health.
  • Joe Hickey (2013, clinical trainee, UCL): Negative inhibitory control training in dysphoria (primary supervisor). Now working as an NHS clinical psychologist.
  • Emma Hill (2014, PhD student, MRC CBU, Cambridge): Perspective broadening in depression (2nd supervisor). Now working as an NHS clinical psychologist.
  • Maxine Howard (2011, full time voluntary RA and MRC funded summer student): Interoception and emotional memory (primary supervisor). Accepted onto 4 year mental health funded PhD programme at UCL.
  • Sarah Howley (2013, clinical trainee, UCL): Positive elaboration in depression (primary supervisor). Now working as an NHS clinical psychologist.
  • Esther Maissi (2010, clinical trainee, Holloway): Affective forecasting in depression. Now working as an NHS clinical psychologist.
  • James Martyn (2014, masters student, Exeter). Positive dampening appraisal style in depression. Left to work as a psychology assistant.
  • Ruth Morgan (2007, clinical trainee, UCL): Does mindfulness work by changing relationship to the body? Now working as an NHS clinical psychologist.
  • Adele Pacini (2011, clinical trainee, UEA): Suppression and positive emotion experience in depression (primary supervisor). Left to work at the Open University.
  • Lucy Parkin (2009, clinical trainee, UCL): Mindfulness and emotion processing. Now working as a clinical psychologist in the NHS.
  • Jodi Pitt (2016, clinical psychology trainee, Exeter). Mind wandering in depression. Now working as a clinical psychologist.
  • Louise Quarmby (2007, clinical trainee, UCL): Consequences of habitual acceptance versus suppression on response to trauma. Moved to Canada.
  • Henrietta Roberts (postdoc, Exeter). Does reward system function predict vulnerability to mood disorders? Now completing clinical psychology training.
  • Benjamin Rosser (2014, clinical trainee, Exeter). Thought speed and the interpretation of threat in mania prone individuals (second supervisor). Now working at Liverpool John Moores University.
  • Patricia Schartau (2007, PhD student, MRC CBU): Examining the consequences of cognitive reappraisal. Now working as an NHS medic.
  • Iolanta Stefanovitch (2006, clinical trainee, UCL): Self focused attention to mind and body in anxiety. Now working as an NHS clinical psychologist.
  • Mairi Stewart (2010, clinical trainee, UCL). Affective forecasting in depression. Now working as an NHS clinical psychologist.

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